The transoceanic air evacuation of unstable angina patients.

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BACKGROUND The United States Air Force (USAF) air evacuation system in the Western Pacific frequently transports unstable angina patients on fixed wing aircraft over long distances to reach definitive cardiologic and cardiothoracic capabilities. This study begins to answer the question: Does the transfer of unstable angina (i.e., crescendo angina or rest… (More)

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@article{Castillo1999TheTA, title={The transoceanic air evacuation of unstable angina patients.}, author={Carla Castillo and T. J. Lyons}, journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine}, year={1999}, volume={70 2}, pages={103-6} }